Positively Promoting the Student Athlete Since 1992

SENSATIONAL SEVEN

  1. Adams (2-0): Brayden Saxton netted 21 points in the Eagles’ 65-54 win over No. 3 (Class 3A) Saint Joseph.
  2. Riley (3-0): Blake Wesley poured in 36 points for the Wildcats in their 60-49 win over No. 4 (Class 3A) Marian.
  3. Elkhart (2-0): Luke Teich added 15 points in the Lions’ 77-75 win over Northridge.
  4. Northridge (1-1): Sam Smith’s 34 points against Elkhart were not enough as the Raiders had their 17-game winning streak snapped.
  5. Saint Joseph (1-1): J.R. Konieczny registered 41 points in the Indians’ 91-82 win over Marquette Catholic.
  6. Marian (1-1): Richard Brooks tallied 13 points for the Knights against Riley.
  7. New Prairie (3-0): Hunter Smith accounted for 14 points in the Cougars’ 79-58 win over LaPorte.

HONORABLE MENTION

Bremen (2-0): Tony Hardin scored 18 points in the Lions’ 59-43 won over South Central.

Glenn (1-0): Silas Kaser racked up 15 points in the Falcons’ 53-41 win at Plymouth.

NorthWood (2-0): Ian Raasch chipped in 17 points and nine rebounds in the Panthers’ 60-47 win over Triton.

Warsaw (2-2): Judah Simfukwe mustered seven points in the Tigers’ 54-45 loss at Huntington North.

Wawasee (2-0): Keaton Dukes added 24 points in the Warriors’ 61-45 win over Angola.

STILL WAITING

Clay (0-0): Robert Allen had 301 points a season ago for the Colonials (5-18).

Mishawaka (0-0): Trent Johnson came up with 371 points last year for the Cavemen (12-11).

WORK IN PROGRESS

Concord (0-1): Despite shooting 62 percent from the floor, the Minutemen came up on the short end of a 57-53 decision to Angola.

Goshen (0-2): Drew Hogan managed 15 points in the RedHawks’ 50-49 loss to West Noble.

Penn (0-1): Caleb Applegate tallied 18 points in the Kingsmen’s 73-63 loss to Carroll (Fort Wayne).

Jimtown (0-1): Johntu Reed managed eight points in the Jimmies’ 83-38 loss to Riley.

Plymouth (0-3): Nolan Bales scored 13 points in the Pilgrims’ 41-38 loss to Argos.

Washington (0-3): Cortez Redmond recorded four points in the Panthers’ 44-41 loss to New Prairie.